Enhancement of intestinal absorption of akebia saponin D by borneol and probenecid in situ and in vitro.

  title={Enhancement of intestinal absorption of akebia saponin D by borneol and probenecid in situ and in vitro.},
  author={Yongqiang Zhou and Weize Li and Lvyi Chen and Shuwei Ma and Li Ping and Zhonglin Yang},
  journal={Environmental toxicology and pharmacology},
  volume={29 3},

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